The cottage has a lovely garden.
This is a cosy, comfortable cottage in a very pretty location.
The bedroom has a 6' double bed.
Looking out through the front door.
The cottage is just right for two.
The cottage is on the right with the Owners' house in the background across the driveway.
The sheltered cottage garden.
Looking across the lawns to the cottage with its garden on the right.
Relax in tranquil surroundings.
There are gorgeous views from the cottage garden.
Miller's Rest is a single-storey barn (on the right) adjoining an open barn.
The exterior of the cottage with the private patio to the right.
The Owners' home is across the gravelled yard.
A grassy bank full of spring primroses.
You can park right outside this pretty cottage.
There are some lovely country views.
Looking down on Tavistock from the moor with views to distant Cornwall.
Dartmoor ponies are found all over the moor.
Weir Quay is one of the peaceful spots found on the banks of the nearby River Tamar.
The River Tamar at Gunnislake - crossing from Devon into Cornwall.
One of the glorious beaches on the nearby north coast.
The open-air salt-water pool.

Miller’s Rest


4.8 miles NW of Tavistock / Sleeps 2 + cot* (no children from 2 to 16)

7 Nights from £259 - £489

The tiny hamlet of Quither is found on the edge of Dartmoor and there are gorgeous views from the private garden of this cosy little single-storey cottage, located at the bottom of a little lane (bumpy in places) with the Owners' house, a former mill, across the gravelled yard. The sheltered garden is lovely and guests can relax in tranquil surroundings. Inside, the open plan living-room has a recliner sofa, a compact kitchen and a dining-area; the bedroom is spacious with a super-king size double bed and there is also a shower-room. The village of Chillaton is a mile away, the beauty of Dartmoor is a short drive and nearby Tavistock boasts some excellent restaurants.

Tavistock is certainly worth a visit as its Pannier market has something different each weekday and is a treasure trove of local arts, crafts and practical bits and bobs. Not least the county market stalls on Fridays, where the home-made cakes and pies on sale are delicious. There is a popular little theatre and some interesting individual shops to browse. Just over half an hour in the car and you can be on the north coast, and there is of course wonderful walking and riding on the nearby moor. There are several National Trust houses in the area, Buckland Abbey, the former home of Sir Francis Drake, and Cothele in particular is a real favourite with its stunning gardens rolling down to the River Tamar.

Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player and CD player. Electric cooker, microwave and fridge

Bedroom with double bed (6')

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Sadly reliable WiFi cannot be provided at this property. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • No smoking
  • Pub 4 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • 2 electric convector heaters